Anawangin Cove is located in San Antonio, Zambales. An undeveloped paradise tucked into the Zambales mountains, some five kms away from Capones Island in San Antonio, Anawangin beach is a popular camping site among outdoor and mountaineering groups. The unusual presence of pine trees on the beach instead of the expected palm trees makes the place a photographer's choice. Its cascading yet refreshi ...
ng crystal clear stream outlined by tall pine trees provides a respite to the intrepid traveler. Its near white sand courtesy of Mt. Pinatubo is a setting for a wonderful playground for beach lovers.
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Weve already established that while Metro Manila is lacking in natural scenery, it is surrounded by numerous scenic provinces that easily make up for it. Of all these destinations, our absolute favorite has always been the same for years: San Antonio, Zambales.
Located several kilometers away from the town proper of Pundaquit, San Antonio in the province of Zambales, Anawangin Cove is one (if not the most) of the tourist destinations of the province.
If you are a beach lover and you think you have seen it all, think again. Somewhere in Zambales is a piece of paradise that have attracted tourists and backpackers into its coast.
Like most adventure seekers who needed a weekend getaway from the urban vibe, my friends and I once hit the highway from Manila to Pundaquit in San Antonio, Zambales, the jump off point towards our final destination: Anawangin Cove.
Taking a pump boat from Pundaquit, our group rounded the bay to get to the other cove. As we neared the shore, white sand beach came into view where agoho trees were swaying and the ...
Pundaquit - San Antonio, Zambales, Philippines
Exploring Camara Island, Capones Island, and Anawangin Coveand the Pundaquit Falls!
Anawangin Cove in Zambales has crescent-shaped beach where grayish, volcanic sand and cerulean water blend majestically. Here, cliffs rise hundreds of feet from the ocean floor to Agoho-fringed peaks that were sprinkled by nature from the last eruption of the nearby Mt.Pinatubo.
The ashen beaches of Nagsasa Cove and Anawangin Cove and the island of Capones in San Antonio, Zambales, Philippines.